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CME U2MIDI USB Cable-Like MIDI Interface
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The CME U2MIDI is a USB bus-powered, cable-like MIDI interface that connects any MIDI device to your Mac or Windows computer. It features 1 MIDI-IN, ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The CME U2MIDI is a USB bus-powered, cable-like MIDI interface that connects any MIDI device to your Mac or Windows computer. It features 1 MIDI-IN, 1 MIDI-OUT, instant plug-and-play compatibility to all software, as well as special processing technology to provide faster response than your average USB MIDI interfaces. Want to save time by recording more than one MIDI instrument at once? Just plug in multiple U2MIDIs into your computer and hit record.
- Cable-like USB MIDI interface
- 1 MIDI-IN, 1 MIDI-OUT
- USB 2.0 full-speed transmission
- Faster response than normal USB MIDI interface
- Plug-and-play USB class-compliant.
U2MIDI USB Cable-Like MIDI Interface
PC with Windows XP
Mac OS 9.0.4 or higher
Computer with USB port
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I bought this because it was less than the USB MIDI cables from E-Mu and M-Audio. It works great in Windows XP and the 32-bit version.After using this cable for about a year, I upgraded my computer to 64-bit Vista and found that this cable is not supported in that version. Reviews I've read for the other companies USB to MIDI cables state that theirs are supported by the native Vista drivers, but while this cable is detected, it only gives a "Device cannot start" error.
This was on back order and I waited a month and a half to get it, and it works like a charm. I connect a Yamaha PSR-530 to my laptop. Also attached is a Soundblaster Extigy. The Extigy is only USB 1.0, and the latency is really bad. With the CME U2MIDI cable, there isn't any latency, even if I specify the Extigy as the output device. I use Cakewalk Home Studio 2002.